In a contentious trial between lawyers who had been arguing whether the iPad or Android Tablet was better for trial and a law practice, jurors returned a verdict within ten minutes stating “We don’t give a f*ck whether the iPad or Android Tablet is better.” Jurors also awarded the judge in the case $50,000 in compensatory damages for having to listen to six weeks worth of testimony highlighting Apps, multi-touch maneuvers, and video capabilities.
“We felt we needed to send a message to the attorneys, all attorneys, actually,” said Frank Cassell, the jury foreman. “How this got to this point we don’t know, but it has to end. We really don’t give a f*ck, literally. That’s what we found.”
Lawyers for both sides were stunned by the verdict but immediately began arguing anew about the various benefits and highlights of each device. Within five minutes of the verdict, each lawyer had published four blog posts and sent out fifteen tweets about the subject. They also vowed an appeal.